Senator George J. Mitchell to Deliver Keynote at Leading Security Event
We are excited to announce that Senator George J. Mitchell will be a featured keynote speaker at GovSec 2012. By addressing Turmoil in the Middle East: What It Means for American Security, this high-level briefing will draw government decision makers who must understand the threats arising from the ongoing changes in that part of the world. Senator Mitchell will be just one of the timely keynote presentations at GovSec 2012.
Senator Mitchell is respected throughout the government and is an expert on security and the Middle East. He led the committee that published the 2001 Report entitled The Mitchell Report on the Al-Aqsa Intifadeh and served as the U.S. Special Envoy for Middle East Peace from January 2009 to May 2011. Senator Mitchell’s distinguished career in public service included his tenure of Senate majority leader.
Senator Mitchell’s keynote is highlighted on the newly launched GovSec 2012 website. On GovSecInfo.com, you’ll also find information on the expo and expo education, plus information on exhibiting, including the 2012 Prospectus.
For 2012, GovSec returns for its 11th year as the largest and most comprehensive government security event. GovSec will once again feature U.S. Law Enforcement and enhances its role in securing the nation by joining forces with Contingency Planning and Management and Network-Centric Security, which expands the focus on the convergence of IT and physical security.
This comprehensive approach to counterterrorism, homeland security, and physical security will be your best opportunity to generate sales. Highly qualified military and government decision makers and law enforcement professionals will be drawn to GovSec as the only show floor which addresses all aspects of their security challenges.